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Questions & Answers
From Monday 23rd March onwards, schools will be closed until further notice.
Children whose parents are critical key workers and vulnerable children will be provided with additional support if necessary. This is part of the country’s ongoing response to coronavirus (COVID-19).
Examples of these critical workers include NHS staff, police and supermarket delivery drivers who all need to work in order to support the country’s efforts in tackling the virus. Vulnerable children include those who have a social worker and those with Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs). Once the government has released further guidance, we will publish this here.
Many parents working in these sectors may be able to ensure their child is kept at home. Every child who can be safely cared for at home should be to limit the chance of the virus spreading.
What do I tell my child?
We all realise how difficult it can be trying to talk to children and young people about global crises. The Cornwall Educational Psychology Service has started to compile information, a list of resources and helpful websites for parents to use over the coming weeks.
How can I access Home Learning?
In the coming days, we will upload a range of activities and resources for your child to start work on after Easter in the week beginning 13th April. They are organised by year group and subject. You will be able to access this area via our school website.
What happens to Free School Meals?
The prime minister has stated the government will help parents by providing vouchers to those who receive free school meals. Discussions are currently being held in the local community as to how we can best support our children who receive Free School Meals and we will update you here shortly.